You weren't exactly saving for anything huge, didn't have to worry about major bills at the moment, were in school, and had other things going on and could easily find another job?
Here's my situation right now, I have three jobs - my 'main' job is at a nursing home. The other two is an animal hospital/shelter and the movies downtown. I am a student, and live in an apt. with a roommate right now. All my portions of our bills are typically paid ahead of time, and I am not saving up for a car or anything big while in school.
The job giving me problems now is the nursing home, the work is fine, the job is okay, the pay is fine...the nurses, co-workers, ect. are whatever. The problem is my supervisor is a miserable, cynical, bitter woman who yells and questions you even when she screws up big time.
I have never quit a job before actually; and have always worked...but I had to stop myself the other day from just walking out and telling them I quit to be honest...I am not an easy person to get angry. But I am realllyyyyy reallllyyyyy in need of some balanced opinions on whether or not I should quit? I am wondering if this will come back to hurt me in some way, I should add this job has no relation to my school or major...It's just a part time job really. But I feel really bad if I quit for some reason...I just started earlier this month.
Please give me some opinions, I work tomorrow and to be honest I am just about done...but I need an extra push really. >_<